Mike Sullivan
Born Michael Craig Woodbury Sullivan

August 17, 1963
Los Angeles, California

Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician, television writer and producer, voice actor
Relatives Kevin (brother)
Instruments Vocals, keyboards, organ, piano, accordion, dulcimer, electric guitar, harmonium, mellotron, theremin, vibraphone, vocoder
Spouse Vanessa Prado (2005-present)
Years active 1989-present
Known for The voice of Stanley
Keyboardist for Cypress Creek and Bulla
The Simons
The Duck Bros.
Dragon City
Dangerous House franchise
Associated acts Bulla, Cypress Creek

Michael Craig Woodbury Sullivan (born August 17, 1963 in Los Angeles, California) is an American screenwriter, musician, voice actor, producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentist. He is better known for being the keyboardist for American rock bands Cypress Creek and Bulla, as well as being the creator, writer, executive producer and actor for The Simons and The Duck Brothers.

Early life

Sullivan was raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended California Institute of Arts, also in Los Angeles, California.


  • Dangerous House (1996): producer, original story, screenplay and voice actor
  • The Simons (2000): producer, story, creative consultant and voice of Stanley, Maurice and other characters
  • The Duck Bros. (1998-2004): Creator, Writer, Co-Executive Producer (season 1) , Executive Producer (seasons 2-6) , Creative Consultant, Voice Actor
  • The Simons (1999-2015): Creator, Developer, Executive Producer, Executive Consultant (season 1, episodes 3, 5-7), Creative Consultant (season 1, episodes 13-23; seasons 2-9), Showrunner (seasons 4, half 0f 5 and 9) and Voice Actor (seasons 1-4)
    • "Pilot" (1999) (teleplay, with Patrick Johnson)
    • "Wasting Time" (2000) (with Patrick Johnson)
    • "Mommie Dearest" (2001)
    • "Viewer Mail#1" (second segment) (2003)
    • "Ridiculous Adventure" (2005) (along with David A. Goodman, Chris Sheridan and Josh Weinstein)
    • "Mother's Day" (2007)
    • "The Finale" (2017) (contributor, additional story material, writer: archive footage)
  • The Duck Bros. (revival, 2017-present): Developer, Executive Producer (season 1 through the half of season 3), Executive Consultant (rest of season 3), Co-Showrunner (season 1, with []John Langley]]) and Occasional Writer (all with John Langley)
    • "Eggs from the Craft" (2017)
    • "Twisted Sister" (2019) (story)
    • "It Hits the Booty" (2019)
Voices on The Duck Bros. (1998-2000) and The Simons (1999-2003)
  • Stanley Simon, Craig's brother (replaced by John DiMaggio, starting with season 5 up until the end of the series)
  • Steven Thompson, a grumpy boss (replaced by Maurice LaMarche, during seasons 2 and 3)
  • Leonard, Craig's choice school friend (replaced by Tom Kenny, during seasons 2, 3, 4 and 5)
  • Richard Brannon, Stanley's obnoxious classmate (replaced by Chris Cox, starting with the season 2 episode "The Lesser of Two Evils")


  • 2000 - My Wasted Bittersweet Life
  • 2003 - Parallel Universe
  • 2007 - Right Here or Anywhere
  • 2010 - Songbook of Mormon
  • 2014 - Arise
  • 2018 - Songs Inside the Silent Night
With Cypress Creek
  • 1990 - Bones from the Craft (vocals, keyboards, Hammond organ, Rhodes piano, toy piano)
  • 1991 - Asia (vocals, accordion, keyboards, piano)
  • 1993 - Songs of Anger and Frustration (lead vocals, keyboards, Hammond organ, harmonium, Rhodes piano, vibraphone, steel drum, fiddle, pizzicato bass, cowbell, vocoder)
  • 1996 - King For a Day... Fool For a Lifetime (vocals, keyboards, harmonium, Hammond organ, lowrey organ, Rhodes piano, vibraphone)
  • 1997 - Blackout (lead vocals, keyboards, samplers, Rhodes piano, Baldwin piano, and programming)
  • 1998 - The Unauthorized Memories of the Gravity (keyboards, Hammond organ, Rhodes piano, Baldwin piano, samplers, programming, and vocoder)
  • 2002 - Seven Keys (keyboards, acoustic piano, Gibson RD Artist, turntables, and programming)
With Bulla
  • 1996 - bulla! (vocals, keyboards, piano, samplers)
  • 1998 - Animal Kingdom (vocals, keyboards, Hammond organ, and samplers)
  • 2001 - Desintegration Network (keyboards, piano, samplers, vibraphone)
  • 2004 - Hold Your Country (vocals, keyboards, samplers, Rhodes piano, programming, vocoder ans electric guitar
  • 2005 - Era Vulgaris (keyboards, programming, effects, clavinet, xylophone; lead vocals on "Lynch")
  • 2008 - Long Time, Short Life
  • 2011 - See You on the Other Side (keyboards, programming, samplers, vocals on "Ghostman")
  • 2015 - Chaos Theory (keyboards, programming, vocoder)
  • 2017 - Sweat and Sacrifice (keyboards, piano, various instruments)
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